Robertson County, Tennessee
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Car Accident Cases in Robertson County
We also handle a tremendous number of automobile accidents, motorcycle wrecks, tractor-trailer crashes, bus accidents and motor vehicle accidents involving bicycles and pedestrians, and Robertson County has its fair share of motor vehicle accidents.
For the 2015 to 2019 reporting period, the county ranked 26th out of the state's 95 counties for overall crash rate. The county ranked 48th for fatal crash events and 23rd for injury only crash events. The alcohol-impaired injury crash rate was 25th, and the alcohol impaired fatality crash rate was 17th. The county was 64th in motorcycle crashes during this time frame. The speeding crash rate was 29th.
Robertson County Judges and Court Information
If someone's carelessness caused you or someone you loved to be injured in a car crash or other type of accident, contact The Law Offices of John Day, P.C. and let our team of talented attorneys help you recover the money you deserve.
If a lawsuit must be filed to protect your rights, Robertson County is situated in the 19th Judicial District of Tennessee, which also includes Montgomery County. The trial courts in Robertson County are presided over by:
Robertson County Circuit and Chancery Courts have developed Local Rules, which control such things as when motions will be heard by the court, the procedures for issuing a subpoena and the expected attire of people appearing before the court. A copy of the Local Rules for Robertson County Circuit Court can be found here.
In Robertson County, for the 2010-2011 reporting period, there were 82 tort cases (claims for personal injury or wrongful death) were filed and 3 went to trial. Of the 3 cases tried, only one resulted in a verdict for the injured party. The damages awarded in that case were $25,000.00 For the 2011-2012 reporting period, there were 81 tort cases filed and 2 went to trial. In both those cases, the injured party won but the average award was just $8,585.00. In the 2012-2013 reporting period, 91 tort cases were filed in Robertson County and 2 tort cases went to trial. The injured party did not win either case. In 2013-2014, 62 tort cases were filed and three were tried. The injured party did not prevail in any of those three trials. In the 2012-2013 reporting period, 73 tort cases were filed but none were tried. During 2013-2014, 83 tort cases were filed but none of those cases went to trial. For 2014-2015, 73 injury or death cases were filed but none went to trial. In 2015-2016, 83 injury or death cases were filed but none went to trial. During 2016-2017, 92 tort cases were filed and one was tried, but the injury victim lost that trial. For 2017-2018, 80 injury or death cases were filed and two were tried. The average verdict for the injury victim was $215,389. Last year, 127 tort cases were filed, 2 were tried and the injury victims won both of those trials. However, the average verdict size was just $14,344. The last year referenced for this data is the 2018-2019 reporting period.
John Day has created a new website (BirdDog Law) to give citizens, judges, and lawyers important information about the court system of every county in Tennessee, including updated trial statistics in each of the 95 counties. For more recent information and an understanding of the trends in jury and nonjury personal injury and wrongful death cases in Robertson County, please click on the link.
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